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available for only a penny... so you can focus on what really matters. call humana at 1-800-808-4003. >> neil: better to tax than spend or at least a little easier. i don't know whether it's just voters throwing up their hands, but when it comes to slowing down spending they have thrown in the towel. a lot of them have. especially from this state here in california. beautiful here. not one but two propositions that call for hiking taxes on the rich, a separate proposition for jumping the sales tax that affects everybody else. not to say that californians haven't already tried to cut spending. they have. but folks here decided enough of that. not making headway. reducing the size of government. so let's just, well, paying more for government. like what is going on in washington. nobody talks about cutting taxes anymore. just raising them. when it's said and done not likely just on the rich. the gas hike to reign in the deduction that stands to affect more than rich folks. that is where we are. taxes are in. reducing spending is not in. this requested we will have a balanc
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